Library District launches Hoopla streaming services
Press release from Alachua County Library District
This holiday season, the Alachua County Library District’s gift to the community is the new video and music streaming service – hoopla digital. Alachua County library cardholders can use the hoopla app starting Tuesday, Dec. 14, to enjoy thousands of movies, TV shows, albums, and comics on their phone, tablet, computer, or TV.
“We’re thrilled to offer 24/7 access to great films, music, and television with no wait times on hoopla just in time for the holidays,” said Library Director Shaney T. Livingston.
Alachua County library cardholders can visit www.aclib.us/hoopla and create an account to get started. Library cardholders can then stream from any computer, television, mobile device, or platform by downloading the hoopla digital app for iOS, Android, AppleTV, Chromecast, or Roku. Alachua County residents can borrow 10 items a month with this new service. hoopla movies and television episodes check out for three days, music albums check out for seven days, and graphic novels and comics check out for one week.
The hoopla digital collection includes hit movies, newly released albums, and TV shows. Watch Hallmark holiday movies, binge on BBC series, and listen to albums by Drake, Olivia Rodrigo, and many other artists.
About hoopla digital
hoopla digital is a category-creating service that partners with public libraries across North America to provide online and mobile access to thousands of movies, TV shows, music, and comics. Patrons can borrow, instantly stream, and download dynamic content with a valid library card using hoopla digital. All content is accessible via hoopla digital’s mobile app and online at www.hoopladigital.com.
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